Thursday, August 30, 2012

Photography exercise-Just one ingredient.

This time, a photo post for a difference..:)
This post is just about clicks...Hmmm my effort at learning to click...Aparna of My Diverse Kitchen has Started a photography exercise to improve photographs by clicking, learning and telling your opinion. Its the forth series now. Though I have been thinking of participating from first exercise, it never happened..Anyway from this time I decided to join them and help myself to improve.

Here are a few snaps with single ingredient. Your comments and criticisms are invited...;)

So first I started off with turmeric powder...
settings:
Camera: D3100, 55-200mm
on ground near the patio window..Clicked from right..A black board on the left side and behind..Camera on hand
Time: ~ 1.30 pm

Manual mode | f/5 |  1/60s | ISO- 400 |  150mm |


Chocolates:
Camera: D3100, 55-200mm
On ground near patio window, Clicked right above, No tripod
Around 1.30 pm
Manual mode| f/4.2| 1/60s| ISO-200| 82mm


Kale leaves:
Camera: D3100, 55-200mm
On ground, Near patio window, White board on left and back, shot from right with tripod
Around: 1.30 pm
Manual mode|f/5| 1/30s|ISO-200| 135mm


Quinoa:
Camera: D3100, 55-200mm
On ground, Near patio window
Around:1.30 pm
Manual mode, f/5, 1/50s, ISO-400, 135mm


Grapes:
Camera:D3100, Lens 18-55mm
On table set near patio window, Clicked from right, Black board on left , right and back. Camera on hand.Directly out of camera(No post processing)
Time around 1.30 pm
Manual mode, f/5.6,1/20 s, ISO-200 , 48mm



18 comments:

  1. the pic looks great... nice post

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  2. Thank you Reshmi for dropping by.
    I understand what you mean by little more space. Even Aparna said the same.
    In a freak coincidence I took a picture of quinoa too, but as the pictures were quite so many, did not post it....saved for some other time.
    I like the chocolates and the Kale particularly.

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  3. Very beautiful images as always. Perrfect professional photographs. You should include tips for amateur photographers like me in the blog posts.

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  4. oh my God! the grapes photo is the bOMB!!! beautiful skill, loved your pics

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  5. useful and informative!!waiting for more such post..

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  6. Nice practice.. Even I 'm experimenting the same way..

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  7. I also wanted to join her photo exercise. but, I am worrying about time management between work and blogging. BTW, I love your last click. Simply awesome.

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  8. Just loved the last click! Loved the dark dramatic look of grapes!

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  9. You did a very hard job with your camera. Simply awesome! Every click has its distinction of its own. Lovely dear.

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  10. All are very nice captures!!

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  11. Wow Reshmi - those look really sharp and focussed - wonderful shots dear - congrats :)

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  12. Beautiful clicks... m&ms and the kale pictures are the best.

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  13. Wow i like all the above clicks, but the one with turmeric is looking just super. I SO envy your skill. I m not patient enough to plan and take proper clicks. The minute my bakes are out of the oven, I like to share and dig into it :D.
    I would like to invite you to my blog-hop Cook Like a Star. The theme is Masterchef. You can check out the details here.
    http://simple-baking.blogspot.in/2012/09/lets-make-kebab-like-masterchef.html
    Do join us in the event.
    Take Care,
    Anuja

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  14. I missed this exercise... I'm late but I'm hopping around to see all the linked entries...

    I really like the effect of turmeric on that background...I find the spoon distracting but I can't really point out why...

    I totally love the Kale, Quiona and the grapes...

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